April 9, 2020
  • 7:13 am AASHTO Asks Congress for $50B Fiscal Backstop for State DOTs
  • 2:18 pm Transportation Investment Touted for Post-Coronavirus Recovery
  • 1:00 pm NHTSA, EPA Roll Out Final Fuel Economy Rule
  • 12:57 pm New Study Pinpoints Transportation Outreach Tactics
  • 12:54 pm AASHTO Committee Offers Virtual COVID-19 Panels

Governor Tom Wolf (D) (seen above) is renewing an effort to pass a $4.5 billion state-funded infrastructure bill entitled Restore Pennsylvania; a broad package that would fund everything from rural road repairs and broadband installation to brownfield clean-up that he originally introduced in 2019. [Above photo via the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office.] “There’s been a lot […]

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Governor Charlie Baker (R) is seeking $200 million in “Chapter 90” funds from the Massachusetts legislature to support local transportation infrastructure projects in all 351 cities and towns across the state as part of his administration’s fiscal year 2021 budget proposal. [Above photo by Joshua Qualls/Massachusetts Governor’s Press Office.] The Chapter 90 funding measure requires […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) officially issued $151 million on January 23 in new funding to repair state roadways impacted by extreme weather events; money supporting 95 paving projects and the renewal of approximately 1,013 lane miles across the state. [Above photo by NYSDOT.] Provided through the PAVE NY initiative established five years ago, this funding […]

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The New Jersey Department of Transportation issued local aid grants totaling $3 million on January 27 to help 13 municipalities initiate transit and bicycle infrastructure projects that aim to offer quality of life improvements for New Jersey residents without burdening local property tax payers. [Above photo by NJDOT.] “We do much more than just maintain […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, an equal opportunity employer, is currently seeking to fill two positions within its policy and government relations division; both located at the organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. Further details regarding the associate program manager for multimodal transportation and associate program manager for planning and performance management positions […]

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